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Blacksmith – Rowhammer bit flips on all DRAM devices today despite mitigations

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Xerox scanners/photocopiers randomly alter numbers in scanned documents (2013)

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Bar-tailed Godwits regularly travel more than 7,000 miles non-stop

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macOS Monterey’s new network quality tool is surprisingly good

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YAML: It’s Time to Move On
 

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Shirley Cards

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Why disaster happens at the edges: An introduction to queue theory

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If Apple keeps letting its software slip, the next big thing won’t matter

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Websites should not use dithered images

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Is there such a thing as good taste?
 

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Depression is more than low mood, it’s a change of consciousness

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Without parental leave I might be dead

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Sorry Safari Team

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An open access book on scientific visualization using Python and Matplotlib

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Briar 1.4 – Offline sharing, message transfer via SD cards and USB sticks
 

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Direct file transfer via browser with no server involvement

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Assume everyone is stupid, lazy and possibly insane, including you

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Corded headphones are making an unexpected return

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Flexible Monocopter Drone Can Be Completely Rolled Up

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OAuth with Cloudflare workers on a statically generated site
 

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